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  1. Here is a pretty cool video of someone playing one of the guitar parts to this song live in a close up. This guy has a lot of cool guitar demos on his channel if you are into watching that sort of thing. (He has an amazing guitar collection as well).
  2. Now the insane man child is advising nuclear war is "unavoidable" and threatening Japan. Question: If USA detects a medium range missile in N. Korea is being fueled for launch, do they take it out on the launch pad or allow it to be launched? I know there are missile interceptor technologies on station, but do they dare wait to attempt to stop the missile once already launched, or make it disappear before N. Korea can launch it? http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/391376/North-Korea-states-nuclear-war-is-unavoidable-as-it-declares-first-target-will-be-Japan NORTH KOREA has warned Japan that Tokyo would be the first target in the event of a war on the Korean Peninsula, as it increased threats of an attack. By: Charlotte Meredith Published: Fri, April 12, 2013 24Comments Japan's Ground Self-Defense Force soldiers prepare its missile interceptor In a commentary carried by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the communist country lashed out at Tokyo's standing orders to destroy any missile heading toward Japan, threatening such actions will result in a nuclear attack against the island nation. If Japan executes its threat to shoot down any North Korean missile, such a “provocative” intervention would see Tokyo — an enormous conurbation of 30 million people — “consumed in nuclear flames”, KCNA warned. “Japan is always in the cross-hairs of our revolutionary army and if Japan makes a slightest move, the spark of war will touch Japan first,” the report added. An official at Japan’s defence ministry said that the country “will take every possible measure to respond to any scenario”, while the US Secretary of State John Kerry warned that a North Korean missile launch would be a “huge mistake”. “The rhetoric that we are hearing from North Korea is simply unacceptable by any standards,” he told a news conference in Seoul alongside South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-Se. “The United States, South Korea and the entire international community… are all united in the fact that North Korea will not be accepted as a nuclear power,” Kerry added. Japan is always in the cross-hairs of our revolutionary army KCNA However, the North has declared it is "confident of final victory" against its enemies. "The enemies should know that it is the era of the great Marshal Kim Jong Un, leader of the most powerful country and invincible great Paektusan nation," KCNA stated. "The DPRK has won victories in confrontation with the U.S. in spirit and is waging an all-out action with it, with confidence in final victory." The torrent of war cries is seen outside Pyongyang as an effort to raise fears and pressure Seoul and Washington into changing their North Korea policies, and to show the North Korean people that their young leader is strong enough to stand up to powerful foes. South Korea fears Pyongyang could launch now launch multiple missiles after weeks of threats, according to local reports. Observers believe a launch is most likely in the build-up to Monday’s anniversary of the birth of late founder Kim Il-Sung, for which celebrations are already well under way in Pyongyang. The Korean Peninsula has "been reduced to the biggest nuclear hotspot in the world", the North said in more fiery rhetoric today, "making the outbreak of a nuclear war on this land unavoidable." The reclusive state is dedicated to "defending the sovereignty and dignity of the country with its own strike mode and means," it said. "No force on earth can block the just cause of the army and people of the DPRK," the chilling message concluded.
  3. http://www.theonion.com/articles/kim-jongun-wonders-if-nuclear-threats-distracting,31998/ PYONGYANG—Amidst escalating tensions between North Korea and the global community, Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un expressed concern Tuesday that his ongoing threats of inciting a nuclear war are distracting him from the more fundamental goal of starving his citizens. “I know it’s important to focus on making bold and increasingly outlandish threats involving nuclear weapons, but at the same time, I’ve got millions of people out there who need to be starved, and isn’t that ultimately priority number one?” the North Korean dictator wondered aloud, adding that his obsession with eradicating the West in a hail of nuclear rockets may have caused him to “lose sight” of his main responsibility of allowing the nearly 25 million men, women, and children under his watch to starve to death. “Here I am working around the clock to expand our nuclear program so that our foes might feel the bitter sting of their arrogance, and, meanwhile, we haven’t had a proper famine in nearly 15 years. I think we can ultimately accomplish both goals, of course, but I just don’t want to take my foot off the pedal when it comes to nationwide malnutrition and hunger, because that’s our real bread and butter around here.” Kim added he was happy, however, with the job he’s done juggling insane, warmongering rhetoric with gross human rights abuses.
  4. If the insane man child in North Korea starts firing missiles I expect China to invade and install a new saner puppet govt. China makes too much money off of USA to risk an all out war on the Korean peninsula. That is the best case scenario anyway in my opinion. If US is forced to defend South Korea and this becomes Korean War act II then things will get real messy real quick. I'm certain China will intervene no matter what course current events take.
  5. The riff from The Girl I love She Got Long Black Wavy Hair is super fun to play, and not too hard for a beginner to master.
  6. Wonderful urge is a spot on definition. I get those urges too. They come out of nowhere and when they happen it doesn't go away until I plug in the guitar, crank up the volume and bang out a chord.
  7. My only audience member is a dog who appears apathetic to the whole affair. I play because it is healthy for the soul, fun, and a good thing to do when you have spare time. When I'm torturing the Tele all of life's troubles get shoved way in the background. I will never be good enough to have other folks wish to hear what I'm playing, and I'm 100 percent okay with that.
  8. From the link: The March 15 CME will reach Earth in one to two days. High latitude and even middle latitude auroras possible this weekend. Looks like a chance of "northern lights" in places where you don't usually see geomagnetic phenomenon. Didn't really specify exactly what constitutes a "middle" latitude though. http://earthsky.org/space/sun-spit-out-earth-directed-coronal-mass-ejection-earlier-today
  9. Some folks in the northern hemisphere will be able to see a comet this month: http://www.space.com/20059-comet-pan-starrs-explained-infographic.html
  10. Interactive Mars Rover map: http://www.360cities.net/image/mars-panorama-curiosity-solar-day-177#13.70,23.50,85.0 Blows my mind that we have a little robot sitting on Mars beaming back all these pictures.
  11. Clearly not a meteor, but instead US weapons test per the Russian politician.
  12. This guy gives great online guitar lessons and they are all 100 percent free. http://www.justinguitar.com/ Justins youtube: http://www.youtube.com/feed/UCBNkm8o5LiEVLxO8w0p2sfQ My playing improved 100 fold with Justin's help. I am about as big a no talent hack you will find too. Another person who has a bunch of great online guitar lessons on his youtube channel:
  13. Are you sure Copernicus isn't the answer? He was born in Prussia in 1473ish. He heliocentric theory was published the same year as his death in 1543ish. Prussia was a part of the Kingdom of Poland at that time.
  14. One of the comments on facebook guessed a new Jason Bonham drum line. I guess that could be it too.
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